O Trapalhão na Arca de Noé

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O Trapalhão na Arca de Noé
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Directed byDel Rangel
Produced by Renato Aragão
Written by Renato Aragão
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Del Rangel
Aguinaldo Silva
Starring Renato Aragão
Manfredo Colassanti
Gracindo Júnior
Music byRemo Usai
CinematographyCarlos Egberto Silveira
Distributed byEmbrafilme
Reserva Especial
Som Livre (DVD)
Release date
  • December 15, 1983 (1983-12-15) [1]
Running time
91 minutes
CountryBrazil
LanguagePortuguese

O Trapalhão na Arca de Noé (English: The Bumbling in Noah's Ark) is a 1983 a Brazilian adventure, directed by Del Rangel and starring Renato Aragão. This film is loosely based in the story of Noah's Ark, with humorous effects. [2]

The following is an overview of events in 1983 in film, including the highest-grossing films, award ceremonies and festivals, a list of films released and notable deaths.

Cinema of Brazil

Brazilian cinema was introduced early in the 20th century but took some time to consolidate itself as a popular form of entertainment. The film industry of Brazil has gone through periods of ups and downs, a reflection of its dependency on state funding and incentives.

Adventure films are a genre of film that typically use their action scenes to display and explore exotic locations in an energetic way.

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Plot

The zoo janitor Duda and Kiko and Zeca friends form a group of animal protection. Therefore, they are called by the mystical Noah for a rescue mission of the Pantanal fauna and flora. The area is threatened with extinction due to exploitation of Morel skin smugglers and his foreman Juarez. They accept the mission and on the way are the archaeologist Marcos and Carla photographer in search of a pyramid left in place by the Phoenician civilization. Together, the bad guys win and in the end, Duda is invited by Noah to join a group of special people who will populate a new world. [2]

Production

Renato Aragão said that O Trapalhão na Arca de Noé was inspired by Steven Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Ark . It was done during the separation of the Trapalhões, which lasted only six months. Dedé Santana, Mussum and Zacarias made the film Atrapalhando a Suate, and there was competition between the two films in theaters. The song chosen for the opening of the film is called "Mars: Bringer of War" by The Planets composed by Gustav Holst.

Renato Aragão Brazilian actor

Antônio Renato Aragão, nicknamed Didi is a Brazilian comedian actor, producer, filmmaker, TV presenter, singer and writer. He is best known as Didi, because of his leading role in the television series Os Trapalhões. He also has a degree in Law - graduated in 1961, but has never worked as a lawyer. For many years he was the host of TV programme Criança Esperança in Globo TV.

Steven Spielberg American film director & screenwriter

Steven Allan Spielberg is an American filmmaker. He is considered one of the founding pioneers of the New Hollywood era and one of the most popular directors and producers in film history.

<i>Raiders of the Lost Ark</i> 1981 film by Steven Spielberg

Raiders of the Lost Ark is a 1981 American action adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Lawrence Kasdan from a story by George Lucas and Philip Kaufman. It was produced by Frank Marshall for Lucasfilm Ltd., with Lucas and Howard Kazanjian as executive producers.

Cast

Sérgio Mallandro Brazilian actor and singer

Sérgio 'Mallandro' Neiva Cavalcanti a.k.a. "Sérgio Mallandro" is a Brazilian actor and TV shows host.

Nádia Lippi is a Brazilian actress.

Carlos Kurt born José Carlos Kunstat, was a Brazilian actor. He is most known for his role of supporting character in the Brazilian comedic series Os Trapalhões and some of its films. He suffered from Alzheimer's disease and died in 2003.

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References

  1. "O Trapalhão na Arca de Noé" (in Portuguese). Cinemateca Brasileira . Retrieved May 17, 2014.
  2. 1 2 "O Trapalhão na Arca de Noé" (in Portuguese). Cinemateca Brasileira . Retrieved March 19, 2015.